It May Not be December as Usual in Lagos

19 Dec 2020

Hi Folks,

It’s been a bit, I have been up to a few other tasks and the city of Lagos is yet to fully recover from the wounds of Endsars.

It may not be December as usual in the city of Lagos and pretty much every where else.

Following the recent closure of schools, bars and night clubs in the state, it is only obvious that all that crowd pulling events will not happen.

Oh! Did I mention that concerns are also canceled in the state? Other states will likely follow this trend in the coming days.

The second wave of Covid-19 is here in Nigeria and the economic pressure on the masses making it difficult for them to accept.

This may be the Lagos street look this festive season

The effect of Covid-19 on an already battered economy cannot be over emphasized. Some of the people I spoke to said, they couldn’t be bothered and would rather die by Covid-19 than hunger.

With a few cases close to home, I can authoritatively say Covid-19 is very much around and that we are not dying in our numbers is some sort of miracle.

The abduction of the Kankarra school boys leaves a bitter pill in the mouth. Yes, they might have been rescued but the circumstances surrounding the abduction and the rescue has left Nigerians asking questions.

Someone even said, the release of the kids was a Birthday gift to President Muhammadu Buhari.

There is so much going now in the country that I can go on and on, but I’ll pause it for now.

However, please observe all Covid-19 protocols and stay healthy.

Be sure to make someone smile today, whenever, wherever with your acts of kindness.


Ilupeju B